|Taste and see that the|
Lord is good...(Ps. 34:8)
Once or twice a year we have something called, Sistah Talk! It's an opportunity for women of all ages and life experiences to Chew and Chat about what's bugging us! In a relaxing, no holds barred atmosphere, we do some real talk about issues affecting our lives. The bible and the collective wisdom of our older and younger sisters are called upon to give us food for thought and unique spiritual insights to help us out!
King Solomon once said, there is nothing new under the sun (Ecc. 1:9). We simply say...No
matter where you've been or what you're going through...It's all in the Gumbo (of life)! Let God and some testimony of godly women show you how He'll work it all out in your favor! (Rom. 8:28).
Four fantastic women were our panelists for the day. They provided just the right seasoning for our Spiritual Gumbo! Of different ages and in different places in their lives, we benefitted from the wisdom of an older saint, bible student, and great grandmother; the counsel of a pastor's wife and professional woman juggling marriage, family, and the rigors of ministry; the vibrancy of a spicy, young adult still trying to figure it out, and a poised and confident teen on the cusp of adulthood to give us a fresh perspective on it all!
The questions entertained covered roughy these general areas: Marriage and Family; Sister to Sister Relationships; Single and Teen Life; and How to Remain Significant through the aging process. With topics like this you know we couldn't cover it all in the limited time we had this weekend.
That's why for the next couple of weeks, I will be blogging the Questions and the Biblical and Practical Answers for them all. Check them out and while you're at it, Why not give me your thoughts on two that came up this weekend!
1. How do you stay married when the love is gone?
2. Christian dating and Celibacy (Is this out of the question today?)
UNTIL NEXT TIME....
If you would like to leave a comment please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org OR scroll to the bottom of my blog page at http://alittlewiser63.blogspot.com click on the no comments by the pencil and it will change to a writing space.